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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 28 February 1862
LLV ilO.l'hN IAT;.l' Al Y ASSOUIA. ' 11O(N. Il th O' I INA\II M'EETIING o I h r oli., f it lini 11t il tion will be heul d ' fw'l Hall. l[i ithhorn, oli T El'S.)A r, March -kh fi, . [ Si it - I a ing of al vssav, Ilnd SW -'. A d0 tl .'j. t he " Abolition o(f 'Capital t li; to tbi I'l'ti i: at h lf.-paI St seven o'clo ti. ' ,)A i' MAlG\Si EY, 0l . .cc. I3 EDUCATION. I- 1 IY I1 1'OUS'i. I1 A WTVIO N (\ear I CIhur'h.' II lS' IOA(lL\ lil)NG S.CIltOl,, tilducte" .Mi ' ' . ' l l\, RlY (l te ti Upler llw ,rn). A few 1D iltv 'upils rcceivcd. The Quarter ' rillelt '. ' ti le d oav i l P'u'pil elilrs , . '.seec:il~Cs t cet serl lit lte " Stanldard" offile. I ~N]Cif I ' ENCGLAND GRAMMA SCH(.OOL, JNUNAWADING. PI 1' LIClI MEETING of the Subscribers S(f itei above School will beheld In the Slchol ? i, NtilOwling, oni MOND Y, MARCJL3no, lor It r;o use of eleciinig a Loitl Conmitteo of Manage A FREE GIFT S To brenfit the Institution of lE SISTERS OF MERCOY, m IOCEIT KlIEN'I, Esq. (a Member of the C...
[?]AWTHORN POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 25. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 28 February 1862
.VWTIIO RN POLLUE CO URT. TuE:suAr, FAsuIuaAR 25.!:: For P. O'Brien, Esq., T.P.,` Chairman, t. T. IL. Power, Dr. TiJrney, Colonel on, Dr. O Sallivan, and A. F. A. L, rllrs.--llellry Iussell was charged st?Alle H.'Kenzie with having no light draw. The defendant admitted the . The constable said the defendant ilrg asleep in his dray, with the reins t horIoe's feet. Fined 5s. and 2s.; d. 1 riwe,, John V\e tch, William Nelson. al:rs Dirgle, charged by Constable 'ith :a sil:lar olffence atKCew, wore ic 3.i.. aurn . (A. . costs. tur r. --lichlael Logan was summoned :lln Williams for an assanilt. The -T dJ'rpsed that on the 11th instant idrl tit went to ler house wvith a small rof ale, and asked her husband to \Vhen that was consumed Logan Iv rr husband to ent..L for, a: bottle of nr'i hl ret'i.sed to do. SoniO.words hbtwverl them, and the defendatit hIr il thile mouth. The defendant and !h,,r thei wnit outside and' knocked !;hnl wllwrt alnd beat him with a nmaul. ( Ctiam:h.rs deposed that...
PUBLICOLA, FOURTH SERIES, No. XI. To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 7 March 1862
PUBLICOLA, FOURTH SERIES, No. xi. To the Editor of the Standard. Sta,-Thare ate times with all of us when those matters which :at otlhr times constitute our chlief enjoyment lese th 'ir zest, Iand we are driven back into the depths of our own hearts and faith in heaven for consolation for ci. ltiss?is suddenly as d unex pectedly brought upon u'. The regrets we feel for the sorrows of those we esteelm, respect, and admiie, disturb the train of our thoughts fromt all common place subjects, and our mind so constantly reverts to the idea of their troubles and bereavement, that we can concentrate our thoughts on no subject un connected with it. The death of the Prince Consort ihas not only filled a palace with mourning and a nation with gluom, but has left a vacancy in the world not easily to be re filled; ansd yet it' we have a true faith in our religion, which te:rchets us that the spirit of tman is immoutal, and that a sure reward attaches itself to it when its temtporary and probatio...
STUDLEY BRIDGE. To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 7 March 1862
STUDLEY BRIDGE. 2o the .Editor of the Standard. Sir,-I am only a timid horse, yet my natural sagacity has led me to infer that the directors ofthe Studley Bridge Company have at last began to be frightened at the idea of a new suslension bridge being erected, and to see that the central abomination should be done away with. As a horse without a soul, I have often cursed the engineer for the num berless frights I have been made to suffer, whilst I cannot but admire the genius of one, who spurning all the ordinary trammels of engineering skill,perpetrated this "monstruin horrendum." I shall for ever hold in venera tion that noble-minded directory, who pro fess themselves willing to expend th3 "£500 to profit and loss" in removing the centrical perpetration from its present site. It' my suggestions be of any weight, I would propose that the same be erected as a triumphal arch to the renowned engineer, or forwarded to the Great Exhibition. Hoasa. Feb. 26, 1S02,
THE MUNICIPAL RATE. To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 7 March 1862
THE MUN1CIPAL RATE. lb the Editor of the Standard. Srn,-In justice to the ratepayers who have not appealed, with your permission I would just say a word or two. Being anxious to know in what manner and upon what grounds our present rate had been based, I, on Tues. day, went to our Court of Petty Sessions to ascertaini; and I find by the statement of the Town Clerk that the property has been as, Messed at its real value (or what the assessors consider as such), and a per centage thereon was the rate. wNow, Sir, this way of doing business has given general dissatisfaction throughout the X'uuic?pality, and the bench of magistrates oosider it unfair, unjust, and not according to lpw. The view tlhey tool of the Inatter was this-?How much is your prop? t v. iltlet, worth per annum ? THay £20 or £ 100) n? th case may be. Very well; Gd. in the C i&lt; lour rate. That is the case so far withl thoie who ha~vo appealed; but how atmiort theo;.' who have not ? I their rate to be d..nande...
BOROONDARA GENERAL CEMETERY. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 7 March 1862
.BOROONDUARA GENERAL CEMETERY. The usual monthly meeting of the trustees of this cemetery was held on Wednesday last, in the lodge, on the ground, Bulleen road, Kew. Present-Messrs. Chambers, Denbigh, Johnson, and Judd. Mr. Chani bers in the chair. After the confirmation of.the minutes and the reading of the correspondence, the Secretary reported that five interments had taken place during the past mouth ; the ac count of receipts and expenditure being as follows: Recipta ......... £ 0 2 0 Expedditure ...... £10 13 6 Balance of account overdrawn £11. Sa. After carefully considering the reduction of charges in Schedule B, as proposed by Mr. Johnson, no action was taken in the matter, it being thought unwise to make reductions in the present state of the finances, with the exception of altering the charge for the in terment of still-born children to six shillings, unless parties burying require a new grave to be opened. The meeting then closed.
HARTWELL POST OFFICE. BOX HILL PO T OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 7 March 1862
IIARTWIIPLI. POaT OFFICE. The Mail arrives from r!elbonrno, &c., on Mfon days. 1ednesdays, and Fridays at 11 a.m. Clues S at Hartwoll tfor Mcllburnoe, &c., on 'T'uedays 'Thursdays, and aaturdlay, at I I 3 a.m. .. III: uEa'r, Postmastar. BOX HILl 1'O 'T OFFICE. '7 lie Mail arriveas from elbourne, &c., on 'T:es iays, Thursdays, and Saturd ys, at I a:.m. Closes at 1iox HIill oa Mondays, \\ ednesday., and Fiidays at uosu. S. P.IDGIIAJM, Postmaster.
HAWTHORN POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, MARCH 4. APPEAL. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 7 March 1862
IHAWTTHORN POLICO COURIT. TuEsDA , Milancn 4. [Before P. O'Brien, Esq., JT.P., Ohairman, Dr. Embling, J.P., and Dr. O'Sullivan, APPEAL. Dr. Greeves 'appealed agin;st 'in assess ment of £85, and wished to know ?what pro perty of his was valued at that ani tint. HIt argued that in all cases tlhe respotident had to establish tho tfat, to give thol a tppellant somothing to go upon, as at was a, naxtma of law that no one can be called upoh to prove a negative. In reply to the 1Bench, the T'own Clerk said he appeared on behalf of the Council, and also as a witness sulmnon.d by Dr. Greoves. The plroplerty on which thoe asess moent was loevied was a 27 acre paddock at thobottom of the Auburn road, next Mr. Mortimor's. There was no houso bn it; it was not fttenced in, and there was no PoUlupier. Dr. Greeves asked if any portiotl' of thu land was destroyed by a watercotir ;. The Town Clerk said theroe i s,.nlld a quantity of saaid was also dep ositkl' on 'the gro'oind by floods, which would b...
KEW MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. TUESDAY, MARCH 4. CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 7 March 1862
- \\Lr MU?IcIPAL COUNCIL. TUESDAY, 11Aitnon 4. it-Coluncillors Fox, Carson, Cran hn Iton. Derriok, and Lewis. lhu aht ,ee of the Chairman, Counoillor 1 ? tllud upon to preside, shortly after Mr. Ilnlfy took his seat at the table. IlltA iits of the previous meeting wore Sounrokilrmeda. 1 Mr. O'Neill, 0olong, complaining Y o0 the part of the Council in return. ing his testimnonials, for which he had applied six times previously ; anud through their de tention h hhad been deprivedl oft chance of a similar situation. Councillor lHalfey said he had delivered the testimonials of some of the applicants for' the ollico of Town clerk and sturvoVor, but in cases where the parties lived at a distance of course he couldl not deliver them. k1.?idelu, the postage would be a heavy chltrge on the Council. Councillor Lewis said ho should have an opportunity of sending them to Geelong fice, and the Townm Clerk might write to Mr. O'Neill, and give himi the address where the testimonials were forwarded...
HAWTHORN MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. MONDAY, MARCH 3. CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 7 March 1862
HAWTHORN M1UNICIPAL COUNCIL. l~osDAY, MacOit 3. Present--M. O'Grady, Esq., M.L.A. Chairman, Councillors 11ill, BI'Dougall. Bragge, Couran, Lna.ly, anil Campbell. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. COnRESPONDElNCE. To J. Steanvnson, Esq., Commissioner of Roads and Bridges, askimng for a copy of 1I r. Powis's report respecting the depth of material on the MIain road. To W. Stokes, REq., acknowledging the receipt ot' his letter of the 8th F'ebruary, and stating that it had been relbrred to the Pub lic Works commnittee. To J. Crawley, Esq., Road Engincor, for warding plan and specification of propo ed alteration to the Main-.road; requesting to be informed it' in his opinion the proposed alteration is necessary; if such work would be an improvement; npd whether the road required such an expenditure. In reply to the above a Imemorandumi was Ihfwarded by R. W. Larritt, Esq., (in the absence of IMr. Crawley), stating that the proposed alteration would a great impr...